Article Study: "An evaluation of fatigue factors in maritime pilot work scheduling"
by Marine-Pilots.com - published on 17 September 2020
Article Results online survey into the securing methods of pilot ladders
by Herman Broers - published on 5 March 2021
It has been shown that a majority (51%) of pilot ladders is secured by means of D-shackles, when secured at intermediate length. Previous research (Evans, 2020) has proven that this method has only about 50% of the strength of the pilot ladder when secured at full length (“double ended ladder”), or by means of the “endless-sling” method.
Video Pilot Boarding at Paranagua Port, Brazil
published on 26 June 2021
Feel the excitement of an embarkation in a tanker inbound Paranagua Port, Brazil 🇧🇷
The video shows lots of details. You will be able to note the instructions given from the pilot boat, the approach, transfer to the hope ladder, climbing combination ladder, initial interaction with the crew and the whole way up to the bridge when finally we are used to hear that “Welcome Mr. Pilot” ⬜️🟥
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Article Study: The Application of Automatic Identification System Information and PSO-LSTM Neural Network in CRI Prediction
published on 28 March 2022
Considering that collision accidents happen sometimes, it is necessary to predict the collision risk to ensure navigation safety. With the information construction in maritime and the popularity of automatic identiﬁcation system applications, it is more convenient to obtain ship navigation dynamics.